Q&A with Brad Wolgast: Students under duress

Brad Wolgast Director of the Center for Counseling & Student Development Q&A WITH BRAD WOLGAST Director of Center for Counseling & Student Development Q: Where did you come from? A: After finishing my doctorate at Temple University, and working at the...

4 things to include in your teaching portfolio

This infographic shares four different kinds of documentation you can provide (besides numerical data) in your teaching portfolio. Including non-numerical documentation makes for a more robust teaching portfolio that can advocate for you in a way that numbers cannot....

Featured Resource: Video Tutorials

Students are used to leveraging online videos to teach themselves different skills. With the Library’s growing collection of video tutorials and recorded workshops, students can brush up on their research skills whenever they need a refresher—like for that project you...

Dear Faculty Commons

What is a statement of teaching philosophy and how do I write one? -Lost in dossier-ville Dear Lost in Dossier-ville, A statement of teaching philosophy is a short narrative, full of specific examples, that highlights your unique approach to teaching. The goal of a...

iClicker update for spring 2018

An extremely quick and easy update is now available and recommended for all instructors using iClicker this semester.  While the update is recommended for everyone, this update is REQUIRED for successful integration with Canvas. Settings for existing course and...

3 things to do before the semester starts

The spring semester is just around the corner, and as your finishing up your never-ending to-do-list don’t forget to add these 3 items–we promise that your semester will go a lot smoother if you get them done now! #1 Sign up for UD Capture UD Capture is an...